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Shannon Staffing, Inc. has the Answers…
How do I apply for employment with Shannon Staffing?
It’s easy to apply for employment with Shannon Staffing! Simply click on the APPLY NOW button our website and follow the steps. Should you not have access to the Internet, drop off your resume during office hours at your nearest Shannon Staffing location or during one of our Hiring Events.
Check out our current, published open positions.
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If you don’t see a current opening in your area of expertise, don’t be discouraged. Our clients are always looking for great future hires. If you’ve got the talent and work ethic, we want to hear from you. Simply email your cover letter and resume to us.
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What should I bring with me for an interview with Shannon Staffing?
First, and most important, come prepared. We expect you to be dressed neatly and professionally, and to take your interview seriously. Additionally, you should bring a resume or list of past employers, at least three job references, and two forms of documentation that prove you are eligible to work in the U.S. One of these must be a photo ID.
Does Shannon Staffing drug test and background check?
Yes we do. Specific screening methods may vary depending on the needs of the client.
Do you offer benefits?
Yes we do. Shannon Staffing offers what have been referred to as “the best benefits in the business” to eligible employees. Click here
for available benefits. Please speak to your Shannon Staffing supervisor if you have benefits questions.
When would I be paid?
Shannon Staffing employees enjoy the convenience of weekly direct deposit for those who have submitted an authorized timecard in a timely manner. A delay in submitting your timecard may result in a delay in receiving your payment.
Is there a fee for employment with Shannon Staffing?
Never! Candidates or employees are never charged a fee as some services or agencies do.
How do I stay up to date about possible positions?
Many of our positions are posted on our website or on our Facebook page. After you have completed an assignment, you should plan on calling the office every two weeks to keep us up to date on your availability for open assignments.
What should I do if I need to get in touch with my Shannon Staffing supervisor?
You can email your staffing supervisor anytime or call and leave a message with our answering service 24/7. In an emergency, your supervisor will contact you as quickly as possible. You may also visit our Facebook page and leave a message on our Company Profile.
How can I get more timecards?
You will receive time cards before you leave the office for an assignment. Should you run out please call or stop in the office to pick up more cards. You can also download a timecard from our website. Whichever method you choose, please insure that your timecard is authorized by the client before you submit it.
What should I do if I am unable to report for work or if I may be late?
It is extremely important that you report to work on time each day of your assignment. Future opportunities may depend on your ability to establish excellent attendance. Should you be unable to work due to an illness or emergency, you should call your Shannon Staffing supervisor with as much notice as possible so that we may notify the client.
Now that I’ve been assigned to a client, when should I contact Shannon Staffing?
We’re excited to have you on our team! Please feel free to contact us when you have any questions, issues or concerns about your assignment, our policies or benefits, or anything else that crosses your mind about working for Shannon Staffing!
100 E Ohio Ave, Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Mon-Fri, 9:00a-4:00p ET (plus after-hours answering service)
CONTACT US PROMPTLY (plus inform your on-site supervisor) If:
• You Become Sick, Ill or Unable to Work
• You Will Be Late for Work
• You Need to Depart Work Early
• You Suffer Any Workplace Injury or Accident
• You Experience Any Harassment or Discrimination
• Your Contact (address, phone, email) or Bank Information Changes
• The Job Skills Required of You Change
• Your Assignment is Completed or Ended
• You Receive a Job Offer
• You are No Longer Available for an Assignment
• You are Drawing Unemployment Against Our Account
YES, we do mean “promptly!” We can’t help you if we don’t know the facts. Failure to contact us appropriately can even lead to disciplinary action, up to ending your assignment or even terminating your employment. So do us and yourself a favor … just CALL US!